GPs are invited to submit an expression of interest to join the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG) for the review and development of Clinical Prioritisation Criteria (CPCs) in multiple specialty areas, including:
- diabetes and endocrinology
- general medicine
- oncology and malignant haematology
- respiratory and sleep medicine
- paediatric surgery
- paediatric orthopaedics
- general paediatric
- wound management.
About Clinical Prioritisation Criteria (CPC)
Clinical Prioritisation Criteria (CPC) are clinical decision support tools that will help ensure patients referred for public specialist outpatient services in Queensland are assessed in order of clinical urgency.
About the Clinical Advisory Group (CAG)
For detailed information on roles, responsibilities, and the operational framework of the CAG, see CAG Terms of Reference.
The development timeframe for the CPC is anticipated to be between 6 to 12 months, with communication and collaboration facilitated through Microsoft Teams, email, and face-to-face meetings (including via Teams).
Submit your Expression of Interest
To express your interest, please send a brief email to email@example.com by COB Friday 1 March 2024, indicating your specialty of interest.
For any questions or further information about the CPC program, please contact the CPC team.